Smoke Break Karaoke Carrie Underwood

Karaoke Smoke Break Carrie Underwood

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In the same key as the original: F♯

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Lyrics of Smoke Break

She's a small-town hard-working woman just trying to make a living
Working three jobs feeding four little mouths in a run-down kitchen
When you never taking nothing and doing nothing but giving
It's hard to be a good wife and a good mom and a good christian
She said I don't drink but sometimes I need a stiff drink
Sipping from a high full glass let the world fade away
She said I don't smoke but sometimes I need a long drag
Yeah I know it might sound bad but sometimes I need a smoke break
He's a big-city hard-working man just trying to climb the ladder
First generation to go to college instead of driving a tractor
Never had nothing handed to him on a silver platter
It's hard to be a good man, good son do something good that matters
He said I don't drink but sometimes I wanna pop that top
Take a swig and make the world stop and watch it fade away
He said I don't smoke but sometimes I wanna light it up
Yeah when things get tough sometimes I need a smoke break yeah
Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh
So here's to you and here's to when the day gets long
Go ahead
I understand if you wanna take a load off
I don't drink but sometimes I need a stiff drink
Sipping from a high full glass let the world fade away
Yeah and I don't smoke but sometimes I need a long drag
Yeah I know it might sound bad but sometimes I need a sometimes I need a
When the day gets long
When the work's all done
When the sun sets
When you need to forget
Grab that cup, mmm
Fill it up
Sip it slow and let it all go
Ooh

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